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Thursday Shout Out: Japan Relief

I have to confess, I was all set to do a cheery green St. Patrick’s Day shout out, but it all seems pretty silly and meaningless when you consider the tragedy in Japan. There are, of course, many ways to donate to the relief efforts-thoughts, prayers, and sympathy not being the least of them, either-but a large number of Etsy sellers have stepped up and donated their wares to do their part. So instead of writing up clever little descriptions convincing you just how awesome all these products are, I’ll leave it at this: These artists are all immensely talented and immensely generous-by supporting them, you support others, and receive a wonderful handmade product to thank you for it. Please consider purchasing one of these amazing pieces.

Tie Dye Dress in Orange by Aisamade2order. $19. 25% of proceeds from the sale of anything in this shop is donated to relief organizations, as well as offering other ways to get up to help out. Check out their shop announcement for details.

1,000 Wishes fine art photography by seedstudio. $20. 100% of the proceeds of the purchase of this beautiful 8×12 print will be donated to the Red Cross.

I Love Japan Shirt by SunnysideArts. $23. $10 of this sale is donated to the Red Cross.

Flying Dove Earrings by ShihoYamashita. $24. 30% of all sales in this shop will be donated to disaster relief via

Pair of Throw Pillow Covers with Hand Painted Cherry Blossoms-Organic Cotton and Bamboo by derilyn. $69.99. $10 of this or any other sale of two hand painted throw pillow covers goes to the Red Cross until April 31st.

5×5 Watchbirds Print Matted to 8×10 by abcdimages. $12. This print’s price has been marked half off, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme Alumni Association (JETAA), a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit. For more information on this please check out the listing.

Two Dotty Teacups by KoideStudio. $20. 50% of proceeds from any items sold in this shop will be donated to the Northern Japan Earthquake Relief Fund at

There are hundreds of other generous sellers on Etsy donating to the relief efforts-just search “Japan Earthquake Relief“.


About meatbagz totes

Mackenzie is an award winning pie maker, a fast driver, and a screen printing mastermind. Kate is a designer, occasional neat freak, and tea drinking madwoman. They both believe in the power of good karma, air banding as a valid form of exercise, and that getting your hands dirty is a good way to keep your soul clean. Together they make up Team Meatbagz.

4 responses »

  1. Thank you so much for your kindness to feature us. I have raised more than $400 now, and am willing to raise more to give our love to Japan. Thank you so much, again!

  2. Thank you so much for featuring my Photography. I just started this yesterday so I am hoping to raise money quickly! I am so touched to see all the help that etsy artist are doing and appreciate you spreading the word as well. Thank you again!!!

  3. Thanks for including my t-shirt! Continue to pray for Japan. Sending much love overseas ❤


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